Ligue 1. Lyon overcomes Monaco and signs a great operation in the race for Europe

Groupama Stadium France – After this success for Lyon over Monaco (3-2), all eyes are on Paris since PSG is crowned champion of France for the 12th time in its history this Sunday. But for OL, this success is extremely important since it allows them to move up to 7th place ahead of Rennes and temporarily two points behind Lens (6th). Monaco is only two units ahead of Brest, three over Lille.

After more than two months of invincibility in the championship, AS Monaco ended up falling at Décines.After a highly transparent encounter at a melting Groupama Stadium, Olympique Lyonnais defeated runners-up Paris Saint-Germain in a contest that resembled a roller coaster (3-2). OL, down after just 21 seconds of play, subdued their opponent in a show that lived up to all of its visual expectations.

Thanks to this brilliantly acquired success, the Rhone residents are temporarily in seventh place in Ligue 1.Just three points separate Monaco, who is still in second place and has qualified straight for the next Champions League, from Lille, who is in fourth place. This Asemist defeat also formalizes the twelfth French championship title for Paris Saint-Germain.

Ligue 1 is celebrating in terms of goals this Sunday!

After the 21 goals scored in the first four matches of the day, Lyon and Monaco offered a new offensive festival to the delight of fans of thrills. Wissam Ben Yedder’s goal opened the game, casting doubt over the entire stadium (1st, 0-1) and demonstrating to the spectators that this was not a place to visit from the beginning of the match. Surprised, the locals brought out the heavy artillery to respond to the second best attack in the championship.

50 Goals In 70 Games:

Result of the races: Alexandre Lacazette scored his 50th goal since his return to Lyon following a cross from the left from Saïd Benrahma (22nd, 1-1). Initially a passer, the Algerian international turned into a scorer thanks to a powerful strike from the penalty spot (26th, 2-1). Disconcerted by this wind of revolt, AS Monaco waited until half-time to make changes. While coming from the changing room, Adolf Hütter changed his team’s tactical configuration to include three starters, which resulted in a new territorial dominance.

After a well-managed first twenty minutes of play in the second half, Wissam Ben Yedder scored twice with a deft header (60th, 2-2). The Monegasque number 10 could even have achieved the hat-trick but a logically whistled offside prevented the captain of the Principality club from becoming the hero of this meeting (78th). Finally, Lacazette punctuated his magnificent individual performance with an assist to Malick Fofana, who went like an arrow on a counter-attack to deceive Radoslaw Majecki (84th, 3-2). Although Lyon had a chance to score more right before the finish of the game, Les Gones are delighted with their newfound triumph. This now makes 21 points for OL in Ligue 1 after conceding the opener. In the clash against the Rock, Lyon became the king of the jungle.

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